TAIPEI, Taiwan — AppNeta and AAEON announced that the two companies have partnered to offer new product enhancements to AppNeta’s performance monitoring platform...
AppNeta and AAEON today announced that the two companies have partnered to offer new product enhancements to AppNeta’s performance monitoring platform...
CES (Consumer Electronics Show) is the world stage of leading technological innovations, annually held in U.S.A. This time, AAEON and Gorilla Technology were invited by Intel to jointly showcase their edge A.I. computing capability.
The theme of Gorilla – AAEON demonstration was dedicated in smart transportation. AAEON’s UP2 board was integrated with Gorilla’s IVAR (Intelligent Video Analytics Recorder) software and Intel OpenVINO technology to realize license plate recognition, vehicle model recognition, vehicle tracking and traffic analysis from the video streams of two cameras.
“It is our pleasure to work with Gorilla Technology to demonstrate our edge A.I. computing capability in smart transportation at the Intel booth during CES 2019. Our UP2 with AI Core X, the mini-PCI Express card based on Intel Myriad X, proved to be widely applicable. Currently, our UP2 has been deployed in smart retail, smart factory and construction site safety. With the support of Gorilla’s IVAR software, we successfully applied it in smart transportation. We will continue our partnership with Gorilla to develop more A.I. and IoT solutions for our customers”, said Victor Lai, Director of Design Manufacturing Service Division of AAEON.
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